Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Theater (Late) on 1970-06-24
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Big Railroad Blues, Deep Elem Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Candyman-> Cumberland Blues, Cold Jordan
Not Fade Away-> Easy Wind, Dark Star-> Attics Of My Life-> Dark Star-> Sugar Magnolia-> Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, E: Uncle John's Band
Late Show Other artist(s): NRPS first set acoustic
Related Music (Beta) question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|That's It For The Other One >|
|electric set tuning|
|Not Fade Away >|
|Me And My Uncle|
|Dark Star >|
|Attics Of My Life >|
|Dark Star >|
|Sugar Magnolia >|
|Dark Star >|
|China Cat Sunflower >|
|I Know You Rider|
|Uncle John's Band|
|Swing Low Sweet Chariot|
the material on disc one is missing from the Lee/PCRP source.
the material on disc two is new to digital circulation.
Black Peter - end is patched with Jim's 2006 transfer - shnid:32710,
part of Minglewood,most of China Cat and all of Rider and UJB are mono due to problems with left mic cable.
parts of NFA & Easy Wind are garbled due to tape damage BUT when it really counts the sound quality is very good.
- 2013-03-23 12:59:50
- Port Chester, NY
- Run time
- source: AUD Cassette Master taped by Jim Cooper; Hitachi mics > Hitachi trq-222 deck; Nakamichi Dragon > Benchmark ADC1 24/96 > pc > adobe audition 2.0 > cd wave > flac; transfer & mastering by Rob Berger
- Taped by
- Jim Cooper
- Transferred by
- Rob Berger
- Capitol Theater (Late)
Subject: missing soundboard tapes
Regardless, I heard (or read) in the '70s and '80s that the reason there is a 9 or 10 month period in 1970 with mostly no soundboard tapes was NOT because the band wasn't recording the shows, but because the master tapes were stolen, or lost...or both...in late '70 or early '71. I think this was mentioned in Hank Harrison's first "Dead Book", but I can't be sure, and my copy is long gone. If anyone can confirm or dispute this with better, solid information, that would be great. markrucker60 at gmail dot com
This show has an aura of timelessness about it. What a jeweled relic! Hats off to Ken and Judy Lee! We are all so indebted to you.
Subject: Lo-Fi is the way to listen...
The set lists of this run are perhaps the holy grail of 1970, interpolatiing Dark Star's and The Other One is a fan's dream, or maybe the band was that hip too? Regardless, the VIBE of the show is so cool with the choice of tunes and the time of the year seems so surreal. The Grateful Dead during the year of 1970 recorded TWO studio albums, played more shows in a single year in their career. Needless to say, the more the band plays, the tighter the band becomes; and this is the case on this run. I would advise taking the time and patience and listen to this run if you enjoy 1970 Grateful Dead.
Subject: sounds excellent
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